La Dolfina remained unbeaten in Argentine Open play with a convincing 18-8 win over Washington Saturday afternoon at the number one field at Palermo. The La Dolfina record stands at 2-0 and keeps them on track to defend their 2015 title.
Following a rain-delayed Sunday meeting in Argentine Open play at Palermo in Buenos Aires, Ellerstina tried to get back to form following their Hurlingham Open title win over La Dolfina by beating La Irenita 17-10.
At 2pm this Saturday La Dolfina-Sancor Seguros won against Cría Yatay-Colony 22-7 in the 1st Palermo Open Match.
La Dolfina beat Ellerstina 13-12 Saturday afternoon before an enthusiastic crowd on the Number 1 field at Palermo. The win clinched the 2015 Triple Crown for La Dolfina and gave them an unprecedented three Triple Crowns in a row (2013, 2014, 2015), a feat never before accomplished in the history of Argentine polo.
Ellerstina made a splash in the opening minutes of the semifinal match of the 2015 Argentine Open at Palermo in Buenos Aires as Polito Pieres tapped the ball in the air several times on a run toward the La Aguada/Las Monjitas goal, but it would be Ignacio Toccalino who would score the first goal of the game for the early 1-0 lead.
La Dolfina scored their 34th consecutive win in high-goal competition in Argentina Saturday afternoon with a 13-10 win over a feisty La Aguada foursome. The win secured La Dolfina a final appearance against the winner of Sunday’s game between Ellerstina and La Aguada/ Las Monjitas.
La Dolfina’s 16-14 win over Alegria wasn’t the resounding victory fans had anticipated with Ulloa shining for the Alegria offense. It was Alegria with the early lead as they outscored the defending champion 3-1 in the opening chukker.
La Aguada took immediate control of the earlier game of the day as they ran up a 7-1 lead after the first three chukkers. Magual finally got on the scoreboard again in the fourth after being shutout in the second and third chukkers.